Biden’s CIA Director and Iran
March 14, 2021
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: On February 24, 2021, William J. Burns was confirmed as Joe Biden’s new CIA director. The Iranian mullahs want to use terrorism to coerce Biden into lifting the crippling sanctions imposed by Donald Trump, and wish to continue their covert pursuit of nuclear weapons. Burns is an experienced professional and he is fully aware of the true nature of the Islamic regime.
The late Shah of Iran, Muhammad Reza Pahlavi, had a close relationship with the CIA and Israel’s Mossad. In the Shah’s view, it was in the Iranian national interest to be friendly with the US and Israel and to have peaceful relations with Arabs. During that golden age, the CIA, Mossad, and MI6 had operational stations in Tehran and cooperated with SAVAK, Iran’s security and intelligence service, to monitor the activities of the former KGB.
Astonishingly, the CIA did not anticipate the revolution in Iran in 1979. It apparently did not make use of Mossad and SAVAK intelligence at the time indicating that more than 11 terrorist groups were fomenting a crisis in Iran.
Since the Islamic revolution of 1979, Iran has been ruled by a militant and expansionist Shiite theocracy with worldwide hegemonic ambitions. The regime, which supported Islamic terrorism from its earliest days, followed the Khomeinist ideology of Shiite theocracy. It was—and remains—committed to exporting the Islamic revolution wherever it can and challenging international norms.
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